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Back to the old mine with what looks like part of a trolley they used to go along the rails.
And it looks like this thing here went off the rails long before I did !!
Nice symmetry Mick.
Excellent rusty capture Mick, a lot of your images remind me of the time I worked in the Central Engineering Shops at the Ebbw Vale Steelworks,
Oh well found, Mick! Like how you've done this - ALMOST symmetrical too! Bet you got a few shots here with the 'wheels' etc ?? That IS rust - and the pebbles so clean and pristine - a real contrast!
Are you sure this went off the rails first?
My husband likes Jam Swiss Roll too and complains that they're not what they used to be!
I have made some in my time but photography took over!
I see you are favouring the Minolta at present, Mick: excellent detail and textures captured in this unusual artefact.
pristine rust here although it looks a bit derailed
BTW..I told Mr Nadaud where his dad's key comes from, he split sides and said he'll tell his dad in the care home later on what he found in the garden, that will sure cheer the old chap up.
a super shape with rust, I think it was some sort of pulley!
Excellent detail here Mick. Great shot.......Sandy
Great detailed rusty image
Love the near symmetry here and the lovely textures, but how disappointing for you to have found something that beat you in the going off the rails race.
That's a hefty piece of rusty metal ~ another fine abstract.
A great rusting relic, one which certainly lends its self to a great abstract.
"I am certainly warming to rust, maybe its that old soft spot inside?"
Brilliant shot Mick, great composition, textures and tones, cracking shot.
The day might come when you will appreciate the aid of a trolley, Mick. And after all that jam roly poly, it might come sooner not later
An interesting find, even more interesting than a seaside trolley. Otherwise I'd have accused a seagull of nicking the chip out of the pulley wheel
Wheely good rust, Mick.
Part of what gets called a bogie in these parts, I think. Although the word can have other meanings too...
now that's just what i'm looking for!!! Can I get it on ebay?
Brill, the past, plenty rust at the blacksmiths end at Beamish, there was old machines with a million levers, i remember saying to the nephew "pull a lever and ill take a photo" and he said "which one"
Great image taken well...
So many diffrent types of textures from stones to rust...
Great rusty object now defunct nicely set off by the stone chippings a great abstract like it, cheers Mick!
If you're anything like me you've been off your trolley for years!
I'm amazed at how many people have picked up on the 'off yer trolley' bit. Were they Links drinkers back in the 'Eighties as well?
Well, that's at least two of us off our trolleys! Great specimen, Mick Funny, I don't remember seeing any rust in Rome, it was nearly all old bits of stonework...
Off your trolley! I was off mine yonks ago!!
never mind I now make sense to myself at least
great shot Mick
Nothing wrong with being off your trolly Mick - in fact the world looks a better place from there! Great rusty stuff again!
Off your trolley, off the rails, off your rocket, but not off the jam roly-poly Did you try biting this in some demented state, believing it to be a slice of jam-filled delight?
I went off my trolley years ago, now Nick keeps me on the rails
It's all been said really, trust me to be late another fine mess you have gotten into, superbly shot
Greaqt title for this emovable piece of Rust Mick.
Nice one, Mike, luv the tones, textures, colours and the presentation, all nicely balanced.
Yes Mick there is a bit missing off the wheel bit like me really my lift does not go the top floor any more. lol. Good rust like the framing,
Lost a bit off the wheel Mick and it looks as if you have lost one of your nuts...mind you that has nowt to do with the photograph.
Find this really interesting - not sure why - but I do! Lou
no argument with that title ,enough said.
A carefully thought out shot for one whose of his trolley nice capture Mick got the tones and textures well.
You know how to make rust look good Mick.
love the composition here
You'd be off your trolley not to give this one your vote Mick, with my vote you are on track for a double RC award
'Superb color, tones, textures, & details' ~ Peter
A nice symmetry to this one and plenty of great detail as well.
As to the title -- something we've long suspected. :-o
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